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Marketing to a “New Frugality”
The “New Frugality” is the behavioral response of Americans to the the nearly $13 trillion loss of wealth since the recession began; their upended confidence in the capitalist system is kick-starting a more cogent move toward frugality. Economists believe that…
Tags: Advertising, Behavioral Economics, branding, Business, culture, Families, Friendship, Marketing, Workplace
Shower with the Grandkids for a Great Recession Buster
Had more fun this morning than a human being has a right to! This as- stressed- as -anyone-else advertising, marketing person, (forget about it being days before Passover!), returning from an early, intensive session of aerobics and serious Spin ,…
Tags: Advertising, Behavioral Economics, Business, culture, exercise, Families, Friendship, Health Care, Marketing, seniors, Workplace
Patting Yourself on the Back After You Exercise?
Yep, here’s another proof that exercise, “often” is really counter-intuitive. A recent study documented the fact that people tended to lose less weight than expected when they passed a certain threshold of serious activity…which is what I all too often…
Tags: Behavioral Economics, Business, culture, Ethics, exercise, Families, food, Friendship, Health Care, Religion
Young Love- Ain’t it Grand?
Thought you’d enjoy this video we shot of a darling couple married 63 years… I guess, much of it is about having a sense of humor! You gotta laugh! http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=qPphFgzzww4
Tags: culture, Families, Friendship, Health Care, seniors
Now I Remember Why I Love My Starbucks
Some days start off better than others. An inveterate recipient of medical and pharmaceutical RSS feeds and real time alerts from a myriad of medical sources, I’m often hit with a phalanx of “cease and desists” regarding any number of…
Tags: Behavioral Economics, culture, dementia, Families, Friendship, Health Care, Marketing, seniors, Uncategorized